The island of Arran, on the west coast of Scotland, is often called Scotland in miniature. Low lying land in the south and mountains in the north. It has been inhabited for thousands of years, the Machrie Moor standing stones dating back some 4500 years.  These images below capture an essence of the grandeur of the landscape from the high ridge that leads up to the summit of Goat Fell, (some  874m (2,687ft), Goat Fell misses out on being a Munro by 5 metres. It is the highest point on the Island), to the lowest by the sea looking towards Kintyre. These images can be purchased and are printed on Fine Art archival papers - unmounted.  for a quote please contact me direct as prices will depend on size and postage.